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James G. Chappel is Assistant Professor of History at Duke University.
Capitalism hasn’t disenchanted the world, a new book argues. Like a bad lover, it beguiles us into spiritual desolation—and only the most utopian politics will break its spell.
James G. Chappel
In a new book, philosopher Martin Hägglund argues that only atheists are truly committed to improving our world. But people of faith and socialists have more in common than he thinks.
Many Amazon holiday orders will be fulfilled by homeless retirees, America’s newest precariat. Taking better care of them is part of feminism’s next big challenge.
Secularism is fundamental to liberal governance. But is it sustainable?
How has neoliberalism become so closely linked with evangelical Christianity?
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